Decent starter rye but pricey compared to others.
A one bottle martini including garnish – convenience in a bottle.
This vodka uses real fruit infused into the base spirit to achieve its flavors.
A solid drinkable bourbon that is also cheap
Beats the hell out of Grey Goose for about half the money.
One of the first single barrel bourbons and still among the best.
One of my favorite around the house bourbons
A very good rye if not as complex as I would personally like. If you like them a bit shallow and uncomplicated this one is for you.
A decent high rye bourbon of the old school.
Comes in plastic bottle, so it bounces rather than breaks when you drop it in the alley.
This is the latest release from Chivas Brothers and their master blender Colin Scott. First seen in 1997, this is a new upscale package for this 18 year old blend.
A nicely done and delicious Canadian Whisky.
An interesting experiment in salvage.
Pretty amazing for such a young whiskey.
Nicely and not overly done pepper vodka. Spicy but not nuclear, flavor over brute force.
Amazing whiskey for the price. Recommended
Seems a touch drier and more lean or ascetic than previous bottlings
Wonderful 17 year old bourbon.
If you had a bad day panhandling this might work for you.
One of the best bourbon deals out there for quality versus price.
Highly recommend this as a great bourbon and a great value for the money
Cheaper and better than Jack.
Next time I break my leg skydiving or BASE jumping I want this instead of morphine.
Subtlety different from the 2004, but still wonderful
Somewhat fruitier on the nose and has a lot more rye punch and oak than last years version (2005)
This vodka is quite unusual in that it uses 5 different types of pepper to achieve the layered complexity of the blend .
A very unique bourbon, great example of a young, but well done whiskey.
The grain is 100% malted barley -The whiskey is put in fresh charred oak barrels of various sizes 3 gallon to 14 gallons being used with whiskey from smaller barrels aged less than the larger barrels.
An interesting and dangerously easy to drink young smoked whiskey.
A fairly unknown blended Scotch that may pleasantly surprise you.